The 6th Annual Allman Family Revival tour, a nation wide event curated by Devon Allman in an effort to celebrate and honor his late father, Gregg Allman kicked off on November 26 in Macon, GA. The tour has been packing out iconic venues over the last few weeks, and now in it’s 6th year the tour did something never done before and played a full show of only Allman songs as another nod to Gregg at their sold-out NYC Beacon Theatre performance earlier this month.
Trey Anastasio announces the release of The Beacon Jams, an all-new collection compiling outstanding live performances from his eight-week virtual residency at New York City’s historic Beacon Theatre in fall of 2020. The Beacon Jams will be available digitally today, Friday, November 25, 2022; proceeds from the new compilation will benefit The Divided Sky Foundation, an initiative launched by Anastasio to finance a residential recovery program in Ludlow, VT, set to open in spring 2023.
Widespread Panic finally kicked off their five night stand at the Beacon Theatre in New York, NY last Thursday, after two rounds of cancellations from COVID-19. The community finally got their chance to convene in the storied Upper West Side venue to hear their favorite southern jam rock tunes. The music was certainly worth the wait, as this six piece squad from Athens, Georgia crushed round one.
Following the recent announcement of their ambitious new 4-album studio and film project, I Am The Moon, Tedeschi Trucks Band has unveiled the dates for their highly-anticipated annual return to New York’s Beacon Theatre this fall. The 12-piece, rock and soul collective led by singer-guitarist Susan Tedeschi and guitarist Derek Trucks will play seven nights in New York City - September 29 & 30; October 1, 3, 6, 7, and 8.
But wait, there’s more.
Little Feat exploded out of its Covid hiatus with a fan-favorite “By Request Tour,” then began their tribute to the legendary live recording Waiting for Columbus, playing the song suite at every show. It culminated in two recent shows in Nashville shot for PBS that featured multiple guests; the show will broadcast later this year.
Widespread Panic has postponed their Beacon Theatre run for the second time based on complications from COVID-19. The new dates are July 21-25, 2022, and were originally scheduled for January 13-17, 2022. Tickets for the rescheduled dates are available here.
The band shared the following message via their website:
The lights fell and alone on stage stood Big Red, Trey Anastasio, looking as Dad-like as ever. His big goofy smile sent waves of love, comfort, and release to the sold-out crowd in Manhattan, at the Beacon Theater. As Trey opened the show with a solo "Theme from the Bottom", the audience was sent into a feeling of happiness and familiarity, returning to concerts indoors, a pre-covid relish.